What do you think of Higgin's own attitude towards his experiment with Eliza, up to this point in the play? What does he reveal towards the end of the third act?

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Higgins' attitude is cold and matter of fact. Towards the end of the third act, he reveals that when the experiment is over he'd like to set Eliza up in a genteel occupation.